The 2014 The Ghost of 413 Riesling was created to be a refreshing, off-dry style.
Sweet peach, ripe green apple, and lemon zest show on the nose and follow through on the palate. The wine is bright with a crisp, clean finish.
Sweet peach, ripe green apple, and fragrance of lemon's skin first stimulate olfaction, entering the mouth as it is with its lively vibrant clean finish with a clean finish.
The ghost of 413 was Mark Ryan Winery Mark McNeilly and Gorman Winery's two successful Woodinville (Chris Gorman) Chris Gorman (Woody Winery) It was born by collaboration of a winemaker from Nineville).
The concept is "a wine that you can enjoy on a daily basis, although it has a top notch."
The wine name 413 is the registration number given by the Washington government, the small winery which Chris first established, it is now not used anywhere. They named this ghost of 413 in honor of winery numbers that do not exist now and will not be used in the future.